We don't send typical Christmas cards. In fact, we usually don't send Christmas cards at all. If we finish one, it's is more of a New Years/Valentines Day card because neither Jed nor I can get anything done on time. But when we do send a holiday card, well, we hope it'll make an impression. We have found we have to be kind of particular about who we send them to--you know aunt so and so might get to wondering if Jed can't afford clothes or something (he can't) (send money). In fact, this year, Jed's mom turned the card right over. I guess you can't win them all!
Christmas 2009--No card. I told you we weren't consistent.
Christmas 2008--individual portraits of the family (displayed in the sidebar).
Christmas of 2007-- a month away from having Julian. This one came with an amazing letter written by Jed about how "green" our family had become--even recycling the family photo--"we had so many left over from thirty years ago, we din't see the logic in taking a new one." I've actually still got cards (and letters) left that were probably meant to go out a few years ago. Let me know if you didn't get yours.